Road & Track - 1973 Magazines

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December Cover Story - Wankel Corvette At Frankfurt (World-premier of much-rumored prototype highlighted an excellent Frankfurt Show, but turbocharged Porsche and BMW and an exotic-looking V-8 Opel fastback spiced it up too) Extended Test - Opel Manta (24,000 miles in a Lexus coupe told us a lot about GM's import) Road Test = Datsun B210 (Nissan's small car climbs the social ladder for 1974) Features - Driving To Save Fuel (Exploring the effects of driving technique on economy); R & T Quickquiz (A little exercise to test your knowledge of things automotive); All About Auxiliary Lights (Comprehensive tests of 27 lights for your car); Opel Owner Survey (102 owners of the 1900-Manta series tell their story); Road Tester's Year (Summarizing our experience with 48 cars during 1973); Cars Of Australia (Part American, part European & increasingly Australian); New From Japan (A redesigned Toyota Corona & a 6-cylinder Datsun 610); Concours d'Elegance (The color and competition of automotive beauty contests); The Mental Misfire (Dick O'Kane return with a tale of karma & cars); Driving Simulator (Sophisticated machine now in use at VW'ss technical center); Tyrrel 006 & JPS Lotus 72D (Werner Buhrer illuminates more GP machinery); R & T Indes For 1973 (To help you find what you need in the year's 12 issues) Competition - Bonneville's 25th Anniversary (The National Speed Trials are still going strong); Austrian Grand Prix (Gentleman Ronnie Peterson won his second GP); Italian Grand Prix (Ronnie won this one too, but Stewart sewed up the title); Ontario Lives (After financial ruin, the big Speedway struggles for black ink); Can-Am Progress Report (Can a racing series with little competition survive?) Departments - People & Places; Letters; Of Immediate Interest; Road Test Summary; CHampionships; Years Ago; Time & Place; Miscellaneous Ramblings; Reference File; Rob Walker; About The Sport; Ampersand; Reviews; Market Place; Technical Correspondence; PS